Tue, 27 October 2020
12:00 - 13:30
Online via Zoom
Tue, 27 October 2020
12:00 - 13:30
Online via Zoom
The registration for the event will close 23 October at 12pm.
Funds by IOB are delighted to host a live event on a very important regulatory topic
“Increasing AML/CFT risks in the Irish funds sector – what risks should worry funds professionals”
Expert international practitioner insights are critical in AML/CFT risk identification and mitigation in the funds sector. We are delighted to be joined by Eoin O’Shea, CEO, Alfie White, Partner and Baheer Jeyeraj, Senior Programme Manager from Temple Grange Partners together with Amy Morris, Senior Vice President, BBH.
This event will be particularly relevant to directors and senior managers of fund management companies (i.e. UCITS ManCos and AIFMs), directors of self-managed funds and other industry professionals within fund service providers, including MLROs. It will also be relevant to the broader financial services sector, including senior management within financial services firms and the MLRO community.
The programme for the event will include:
The roles and responsibilities, including overlapping responsibilities between different entities
Good practices in relation to AML/CFT risk frameworks , and AML/CFT control frameworks
Transparency and visibility for boards and senior managers - what questions should they be asking , and what questions might they be asked to address.
Space at this event will be limited and you are advised to register early to ensure your place.
The event will be held over Zoom. Please ensure you have access to Zoom in advance of the event taking place. Zoom is available on all PCs, laptops, tablets and Apple or Android devices. The link to join the event will be emailed to registered members on the day of the event.
1 CPD hour for;
Accredited Funds Professional
Certified Bank Director
0.5 CPD hour for;
Founder and CEO, Temple Grange Partners, a global compliance and regulatory consultancy. Seasoned banking professional previously at Credit Suisse and Citibank with over 30 years’ international experience in CEO, COO and global Compliance management positions.
International tier one banking experience includes 5 years in New York (Global Chief Central Compliance Officer), 12 years in Hong Kong (General Counsel, COO and CEO positions) and 12 years in London (General Counsel), across investment banking, private banking and asset management business lines.
Over 22 years PQE as Solicitor (England & Wales) with current practising certificate. Previously Adjunct Professor (Dept. of Finance) at CUHK, and Irish Barrister.
Founding Partner of Temple Grange Partners, having previously held senior Compliance roles at two of the world's largest banks. Over 20 years experience delivering change programs in the banking and financial services sector specializing in the appropriate and effective delivery of Financial Crime Compliance programs including AML, Economic Sanctions and Prohibitions, Counter Terrorist Financing, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, and Fraud Prevention.
International experience working across multiple geographies, time zones, and with many different cultures, spending significant time in; India, Dubai, the United States, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Dealt with financial regulators around the globe and has built and led teams (>100FTE) in the successful closure of internal audit findings and addressing policy and regulatory breaches to ensure full compliance with all requirements.
Baheer is a professional delivery and business focused Programme Manager with 15+ years extensive Business Integration and Transformation experience in major UK and Global companies within Banking and Financial services. During this time, he has consistently delivered critical Business Transformation programmes and substantial Business Benefits to time, budget and quality standards. His experience in Financial services is extensive and he brings strong knowledge of Financial Crime, Regulatory & Compliance transformation to any challenge.
His role at Temple Grange Partners centres on providing our clients with superior programme leadership. His first assignment at TGP was for a European Bank where he led on an AML Enhancement Programme, here his team produced a rapid current state assessment (<6 weeks) identifying weaknesses in the banks existing AML programme including control framework, governance and system controls and processes. He then led on the subsequent design of a Target Operating Model (TOM) presenting to senior management of the Bank.
Amy Morris leads BBH’s Transfer Agency Anti-Money Laundering (TA AML) product globally. In this role, Amy is responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of transfer agency investor due diligence standards across funds domiciled in US, Ireland, Luxembourg, Cayman and Hong Kong. Having worked in BBH’s Boston and Luxembourg offices, Amy has gained a wealth of experience across the Investor Services business and has previously held leadership roles in BBH’s Compliance and Fund Services teams. Prior to joining BBH, Amy served as Senior Counsel within the asset management industry. Amy is licensed to practice law in New York and Massachusetts and holds a J.D. and a B.S in Finance.